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  • réfection — [ refɛksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • mil. XIIe « réconfort moral »; lat. refectio, de reficere, de facere → 1. faire 1 ♦ (1393) Collation, repas dans les communautés religieuses (⇒ réfectoire). 2 ♦ (1332) Cour. Action de refaire, de réparer, de remettre à neuf …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Refektorium — Re|fek|to|ri|um 〈n.; s, ri|en; in Klöstern〉 Speisesaal [<mlat. refectorium; zu reficere „wiederherstellen“] * * * Re|fek|to|ri|um, das; s, …ien [mlat. refectorium, zu spätlat. refectorius = erquickend, zu lat. reficere = erquicken]: Speisesaal …   Universal-Lexikon

  • РЕФЕКЦИЯ — (лат., от reficere подкреплять, восстановлять). отдохновение; подкрепление; подкрепляющая пища во время поста в католических монастырях. Словарь иностранных слов, вошедших в состав русского языка. Чудинов А.Н., 1910. РЕФЕКЦИЯ лат. refectio, от… …   Словарь иностранных слов русского языка

  • РЕФЕКТОРИЙ — (ново лат., от reficere восстановлять, подкреплять). Трапеза в монастырях, столовая. Словарь иностранных слов, вошедших в состав русского языка. Чудинов А.Н., 1910. РЕФЕКТОРИЙ новолатинск. refectorium, от reficere, возобновить, укреплять.… …   Словарь иностранных слов русского языка

  • refection — A restoring to the normal state. [L. refectio, fr. reficere, to restore, fr. re + facio, to do] * * * re·fec·tion ri fek shən n 1) satisfaction of hunger and thirst 2 a) the eating of feces esp. by the animal producing them b) spontaneous… …   Medical dictionary

  • Refect — Re*fect (r?*f?kt), v. t. [L. refectus, p. p. of reficere; pref. re re + facere to make.] To restore after hunger or fatigue; to refresh. [Archaic] Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • refect — transitive verb Etymology: Latin refectus, past participle of reficere Date: 14th century archaic to refresh with food or drink …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • refection — noun Etymology: Middle English refeccioun, from Anglo French refectiun, from Latin refection , refectio, from reficere to restore, from re + facere to make more at do Date: 14th century 1. refreshment of mind, spirit, or body; especially… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • refectory — noun (plural ries) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French refectorie, from Late Latin refectorium, from Latin reficere Date: 15th century a dining hall (as in a monastery or college) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Refectory — Trapeza redirects here; for the prehistoric Greek settlement, see Trapeza, Crete . A refectory (also frater, frater house, fratery) is a dining room, especially in monasteries, boarding schools and academic institutions. One of the places it is… …   Wikipedia

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